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WA: Exonerated Father Awarded $9 Million after 20 Years in Prison on False Sex Abuse Charges

A father who spent 20 years in prison based on sex abuse evidence fabricated by two former Clark County, WA, sheriff’s detectives was awarded $9 million by a federal court jury that ruled that the authorities violated his constitutional right to due process. Full Article

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  1. Brubaker

    Twenty years in prison…for What..?…setting up people to false evidence easily happened there and did happen in here in california …there should be a name to wrongful or false conviction…like Spencer’s Law or for trying to expose crooked proceedings maybe Serpico’s Law…………this is excellent in that it does show you can’t assume or put everyone in the same mold the state wants to manufacture to the public.

  2. C

    These two cops and anyone else involved should rot in prison! Filthy scum willing to manipulate the minds of young kids and condemn an innocent man to prison, branded as a child molester no less, for their own personal gain. They have no souls. The pain they have caused is unfathomable.

    It begs the question: who else have they victimized? How many other innocent lives were destroyed? This Nazi Krauss had an 800% arrest rate??? Every single case she and the other had anything to do with should be tossed and new trials had by all. If I was a criminal lawyer I’d be mass mailing that 800% and staff up. Ka-ching!

  3. Someone who cares

    Again. It is so easy to be incarcerated because of the he said she said scenario. If there is no evidence, and just a person’s testimony, it can NOT be counted as evidence. How scary that one person’s false statement can lead to another’s imprisonment. This has to stop! Find the evidence! Be sure beyond a reasonable doubt before throwing someone’s life away. Let’s be more mature and smart about putting people away. We are talking about lives here!

  4. Robert Curtis

    Sad truth is in most cases all it takes is an allegation. This case was an exception because he was a police officer (it took just a little more) but even at that the scream of child molestation was heard way above the make shift evidence. We should use this example for law enforcement support against a registry.

  5. Q

    And what about the cops that committed this crime? Are they to go unpunished?

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